Beverly Garden Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... has gotten us behind and we got to our motel a little later than we expected. We quickly unpacked the car and drove to downtown Camden Bay to have dinner at Cappy's Chowder House. Ellen had a mug of chowder and I had a bowl of seafood stew. Very good and just enough. Darkness had hit the pier so we only did a short walk and headed back to our motel. Our progress today was 140 miles in 9 hours!!
... had 16 kids to two wives (thank God for condoms, the pill and the 'snip') and how the North End of Boston in the 1830s was a slum with population density second only to Calcutta. We also heard that the lion and the union atop the Old State House are not original. The originals were torn down by the locals and burnt when America gained independence from England. The North End of Boston was historically first port of call for ...
... others that also were misinformed on a private tour for the first portion and then caught us up with the rest of our group. Fenway park is the 2nd oldest ballpark in the MLB. Fenway opened in 1912. The oldest is Wrigley Field in Chicago, then Fenway in Boston, and 3rd oldest is Dodger Stadium in LA. The ball park is painted a trademarked green color. We toured the visiting locker room, the "Green Monster" wall in left field, the press box, a private suite, and right field. It ...
The plan was to wander a little, maybe see some of the Freedom Trail, then return 'home' to freshen up and head back out for dinner. In the end, we just had dinner while we were out. Our apartment is located in the old North End, at Hull and Salem Street, right by The Old North Church. Previous guests / Jose and Jason (our hosts) have left a multitude of pamphlets and maps, so we grabbed a few, picked a direction, and started walking. It was a ...
... is no viewing platform just a sort of 10 feet wide fuselage with tiny windows, and very little view. A good idea, but it does not deliver its potential. More driving followed and we seemed to lose an hour a day as we kept crossing time zones, but as we crossed into Ohio we arrived at Cleveland which is where Arial Castro kidnapped three women and where the trial is still going on…that was the most interesting thing about Cleveland Ohio. From here it was a half day ...